WHO makes some clarifications on fake news about coronavirus

The WHO has provided some explanations about some methods that are circulating on the Internet that indicate that you may be infected with a virus. It also focuses on news that shows alcohol use and the weather’s impact on coronavirus.

In a statement yesterday, the WHO clarified that holding the breath for 10 seconds without coughing and feeling uneasy does not mean that you are not infected with coronavirus. The only way to detect this is through a laboratory test.

Another explanation WHO officials have made is that coronavirus can be transmitted to all areas. Both in the cold and in the warm. “If you live in areas where there are cases of coronavirus, you have to abide by the rules and take precautions.

The virus is transmitted both at high and low temperatures, and does not choose a climate. ” But not only have these news been circulated: -The WHO does not suggest bathing with hot water, this method does not kill the virus. -COVID-19 cannot be transmitted through mosquito bites -Alcohol or chlorine spray in the body does not kill the virus -Don’t consume alcohol, why endanger your health.

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